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Sep 14, 2012 4:30am EDT
death row in a prince william county murder for hire case is hoping he'll be released today. justin wilkes conviction and death sentence were thrown out by a federal judge who found prosecutors withheld key information and allowed false testimony. he was convicted of killing or being hired to kill owen -- or rather of hiring owen barber to kill daniel patrol, jr. who was his marijuana supplier. in 2005 barber recanted the testimony and said he had nothing to do with the murder. he said he implicated wolf to avoid the death penalty. >> i don't hold on to the hope, then i don't have anything to grasp on to. i'm going to continue to hope and believe that justice will be served. >> she said her son should have been punished for selling marijuana but spending 11 years on death row was more than enough. today at a bond hearing an attorney will ask for his client to be released. >>> here's a look at some other things making news. pennsylvania's supreme court is debating the state's controversial new voter identification law. it requires voters to show photo i.d. before casting a ballot. op
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